Fort Worth, Texas Speed Traps
Saginaw/North Fort Worth, TX police will hide behind parked cars, signs and low lying areas and in parking lots.
Very agressive in all parts of the city. Very sneaky about concealing themselves behind obstacles. Migrate to different locations. Saginaw Blvd. has very quick changing yellow light which are monitored agressively also. Off streets are 20 MPH in city limits.
On S. University Drive, near the intersections of Benbrook Blvd. and Devitt St., 1 or 2 police are strategically located on motorcycles. Every time I have driven near here recently I’ve seen them catch someone – be careful!
White line patrol at Hulen exit off I-20. The sign noting to not cross double white line is very small and faded. About 3 motorcycle patrol work this about 2-3 days a week. The double line should be enforced but the notification needs to be more prominent.
Cops will sit at the end of the straight-away and again just over the hill on the Frontage road heading West towards the Marine Creek Estates development. They have nailed tons of folks. The speed limit is 40 mph, people frequently travel 60+ as it’s a very straight long 1-2 mile frontage road with no exits/entrances. Beware!!
Between 157 (Collins St.) and Hwy 360 has a traffic cop that has been known to write a ticket for going even 5 miles over the posted limit of 40mph. My husband received one for going 48 on the hill right by Upper Deck.